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J6. This is how three Helium-4 is converted into Carbon in red giant star.E7. Nuclear fusion reaction where Hydrogen is converted to Helium.B8. Process wherein light elements such as Helium and Hydrogen form.D9. Addition of neutron to form heavier nuclei.H10. Process by which elements are created within the star.II. Multiple choice.Write the letter of the correct answer.B1. A hydrogen isotope with one proton and two neutrons.a. protiumb. tritiumc. deuteriumd. beryllium
A2. A star formed from supernova explosion; this is also the smallest star.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Sharon Kerschner
Tags
Nuclear Fusion, Neutron, Chemical element

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